WAO TEA

Equanimity Liu Bao 2006

$31.00
  • Equanimity Liu Bao 2006

WAO TEA

Equanimity Liu Bao 2006

$31.00

Equanimity Liu Bao is a traditional aged "dark" tea from Guangxi Province, China. It is considered to be the precursor of Shu Pu-erh, since ripe pu-erh originated from the process of Liu Bao. They both share many similarities in taste and experience. Our Equanimity Liubao was harvested in 2006 in China and aged in bamboo baskets in Malaysia. Like the Pu-erh or any aged fermented tea, Liu Bao can be preserved for a long period of time if stored in proper environment. 

Tasting experience: Enthralling aromas of forest undergrowth and woody flavors, with a soft liquor offering spicy nuances of fennel and sweet maple water. 

Energy experience (Qi): Deep presence. Powerfully Yin. Can be both cooling and warming depending on the need of the body. Balancing. Meditative. 

Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95 °C · 2 tsp tea · 4 minutes infusion
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95°C water · 3 tsp tea · Multiples Infusions; (1st) 25 sec, (2nd) 40 sec, (3rd) 55 sec, and +15 sec every additional infusion.

 

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Equanimity Liu Bao is a traditional aged "dark" tea from Guangxi Province, China. It is considered to be the precursor of Shu Pu-erh, since ripe pu-erh originated from the process of Liu Bao. They both share many similarities in taste and experience. Our Equanimity Liubao was harvested in 2006 in China and aged in bamboo baskets in Malaysia. Like the Pu-erh or any aged fermented tea, Liu Bao can be preserved for a long period of time if stored in proper environment. 

Tasting experience: Enthralling aromas of forest undergrowth and woody flavors, with a soft liquor offering spicy nuances of fennel and sweet maple water. 

Energy experience (Qi): Deep presence. Powerfully Yin. Can be both cooling and warming depending on the need of the body. Balancing. Meditative. 

Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95 °C · 2 tsp tea · 4 minutes infusion
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95°C water · 3 tsp tea · Multiples Infusions; (1st) 25 sec, (2nd) 40 sec, (3rd) 55 sec, and +15 sec every additional infusion.